MoMo’s is to McCovey’s restaurant (which it displaced) as AT&T Park is to Candlestick Park—it’s warmer, sleeker, and offers better food.
The fun at this all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ is grilling your own dinner in the dining room.
Celebrating 20 years in May, this nautical-themed restaurant with a lively bar has only become more comfortable.
A polished beef bone, cleanly split to reveal its rich marrow, is an appetizer that exemplifies Berevino’s bold approach to Italian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Chef Miles Kline has taken over the kitchen at The Cooperage and already seems to be a perfect fit for the big restaurant
There is plenty of sushi-roll eye candy on Kurumi’s glossy 10-page menu
Formerly Table 24, this Orinda restaurant is a standout, featuring a cozy dining room and a simple, seasonal menu with a slight Southern touch.
Echoing its name, Duchess is distinctively stylish, outfitted in subdued purples and creamy yellows—with a splash of coral red—and decked out with intimate booths and handcrafted walnut tables and chairs.